UN Warns Bird Flu Threat Entrenched In Southeast Asia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Although the threat of avian influenza appears to be waning in the rest of the world, it has become entrenched in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia and Vietnam, according to the United Nations. The organization's flu coordinator said that this year, there was "a particularly serious group of outbreaks in India, and also the Bangladesh situation persisted." He said the UN also is concerned about the disease in Western Java in Indonesia where most of the human cases have been reported. (Click here for more
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